By Alan J. McDonald
McDonald Murholme has opened the doors to a new Adelaide office allowing South Australian employee’s access to employment law experts. McDonald Murholme managing director Alan McDonald discusses the growing need for plaintiff-only firms focusing exclusively on employee rights.
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Law firm McDonald Murholme has opened an office in Adelaide to cater for the growing demand for employment law, recognising a gap for plaintiff-only firms focusing exclusively on employee rights.
Managing director Alan McDonald says his firm represents a wide spectrum of employees from chief executives to clerical staff in part-time, full-time and casual roles against wrongful dismissal, bullying, discrimination and underpayment of entitlements.
With mental health issues on the rise in the office environment, a recent Minter Ellison survey found companies also are putting more pressure on staff to be more productive and deliver greater gains.
Reference: Employee focus, The Weekend Australian, 1st October 2016
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